Double Clef FM
Double Clef FM is a classical radio station from Grand Theft Auto III and Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories. In 1998 the station is hosted by Sergio Boccino, who by 2001 was replaced by Morgan Merryweather. The station plays a selection of popular sequences from various classical operas. The station may be based on WQXR. All the recordings belong to Opera d'Oro Records and Allegro Corporation. Double Clef FM is the favorite radio station of the Leone Family, Sindacco Family and Forelli Family. In GTA III, the in-game name is 'Double Cleff FM'.
Double Clef FM
The Double Clef FM logo.
Grand Theft Auto III |
Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories
Morgan Merryweather (GTA III) |
Sergio Boccino (GTA LCS)
| image = [[File:DoubleClefFM-GTAIII-logo.jpg|150px]]
| caption = The Double Clef FM logo.
| genre = Classical
| games = [[Grand Theft Auto III]]
- Sesto Bruscantini and Teresa Berganza - Non Piu Andrai Farfallone Amoroso
- Renata Scotto, Luciano Pavarotti and Piero Cappuccilli - Chi Mi Frena In Tal Momento
- Renata Scotto, Jose Carreras and Sesto Bruscantini - Libiamo Ne'lieti Calici
- Sesto Bruscantini, Nicolai Ghiaurov and Alfredo Kraus - Finch'han Del Vino
- Luciano Pavarotti and Renata Scotto - La Donna E Mobile
There is one track that was removed from the PC version of GTA III for unclear reasons. It is the track "O mio babbina caro", it preceded a commercial for Dormatron. Morgan describes this track as a "twinkling radiant and marvelous piece". If you listen closely you can hear how the S in piece is cut before it was ended. Possible reasons for removing this track would be that the game wouldn't fit on the three CD's it was sold on, and was removed so the rest of the game could be played in full.
GTA Liberty City Stories
- Giuseppe Verdi - Anvil Chorus from Il Trovatore
- Giuseppe Verdi - Tacea la notte placida from Il Trovatore
- Giuseppe Verdi - Chorus of the Hebrew Slaves from Nabucco
- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - E amore un ladroncello from Cosi Fan Tutte
- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Overture from Marriage of Figaro
- Ruggiero Leoncavallo - Vesti la giubba from Pagliacci